Color image of Dirt Track Specialist oil painting by George Morrison, 1940.

Dirt Track Specialist

Dirt Track Specialist oil painting, 1940. Painted by George Morrison.

Color image of Disco dancers at Uncle Sam’s, ca. 1977. Photograph by Steven Laboe.

Disco dancers at Uncle Sam’s

Disco dancers at Uncle Sam’s, ca. 1977. Photograph by Steven Laboe.

Black and white photograph of a group of people dismantling a still at Pillsbury and Charles Streets in St. Paul, c.1925.

Dismantling a still, at Pillsbury and Charles Street, St. Paul

A group of people dismantling a still at Pillsbury and Charles Streets in St. Paul, c.1925.

Black and white photograph of a group of people dismantling a still at Pillsbury and Charles Streets in St. Paul, c.1925.

Dismantling a still, Pillsbury and Charles Street, St. Paul

A group of people dismantling a still at Pillsbury and Charles Streets in St. Paul, c.1925.

Black and white photograph of students in front of District 112 school in Mason Township, Murray County, 1913.

District 112 School

Students in front of District 112 school in Mason Township, Murray County, 1913.

Black and white photograph of dDistrict Farm Bureau Women’s Workshop during Red River Valley Winter Shows, 1959.

District Farm Bureau Women’s Workshop

District Farm Bureau Women’s Workshop during Red River Valley Winter Shows, 1959.

Black and white photograph of Division Street, Northfield 1870. The First National Bank is the first door to the left of the staircase. Photographed by Sumner’s Gallery.

Division Street, Northfield

Division Street, Northfield 1870. The First National Bank is the first door to the left of the staircase. Photographed by Sumner’s Gallery.

Charity-ball announcement featuring the proposed new facility for the Crispus Attucks home. The Appeal, November 11, 1911.

Do you wish to help build this?

Charity-ball announcement featuring the proposed new facility for the Crispus Attucks home. St. Paul Appeal, November 11, 1911.

Hand written document recognizing "Wahcoota" as Tatanka Mani's successor, May 17, 1829.

Document written by Indian Agent Lawrence Taliaferro recognizing "Wahcoota" as Tatanka Mani's successor, May 17, 1829.

Following the death of Tatanka Mani (Red Wing) in 1829, Lawrence Taliaferro, the United States Indian Agent at Fort Snelling, recognized "Wahcoota" as his successor.

Black and white photograph of dog team drivers, Tarbell and Campbell, from Pembina, 1856.

Dog team drivers

Dog team drivers (Tarbell and Campbell) from Pembina, 1856.

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